List og Land at Laugaból Farm
An International Multidisciplinary Arts Residency
List og Land at Laugaból Farm, a multidisciplinary arts residency, is located in the stunning Westfjords, close to the college town (and airport) of Isafjordur.
“List og Land” is Icelandic for “Art and Land.” We invite artists and writers in all disciplines to develop and explore their work in a setting of otherworldly beauty and solitude.
International artists of all backgrounds and disciplines are treated to a safe, comfortable, and respectful environment. Here there are no deadlines, no competition, and no outside interruptions; just the freedom to create at your own pace.
We welcome both established and emerging artists.
Residencies run from March to November. (We are currently also considering opening two “Northern Lights” winter residencies in January and February. More to come!) For information on applications and deadlines click Apply.
Each residency begins on the first of the month and lasts 24 days. Shorter or longer residency stays are possible. Please inquire when you apply.
We will also be launching our group residencies and writing workshops. Please contact us for more information.
Residents are responsible for their travel to Iceland, though we provide transportation to and from the airport in Isafjordur as well as a residency car for insured and licensed motorists. More details here.
Welcome Dinner will be provided on your first night, (for both meat lovers and vegans/vegetarians). After that residents will be responsible for their own meals. Our kitchen is fully equipped.
Each resident or collaborative team will be provided a comfortable room with clean linens, warm Icelandic comforters, and space to work. Towels and other similar supplies are provided. More information in (“about” and “what to bring”).
Transportation to and from the grocery will be provided (or if applicable you may use the residency car) to shop for food and supplies.
Our eight rooms will accommodate combinations of single or collaborative artists.
We have strong 4G and fiber optics internet. Residents are responsible for bringing their own art supplies and computers.
Below are List og Land’s founders, Leslie Schwartz and Greg Littlewood at Dynjandi waterfall (with Olive).